This story was published bythe Ypsilanti Daily Press on Tuesday, April 10, 1934.
Mrs. Frank Kintigh, Park St., was injured about the head and chest and two autombiles were extensively damaged in an accident on E. Michigan Ave. between Park and Grove Sts. Monday evening at 6 o'clock.
Mrs. Kintigh, who is forced to remain in Beyer Hospital today, sustained her injuries when machines driven by Leo Loeller, 314 E. Forest Ave., and Mrs. Bessie Miller, R. F. D. 2, collided. Mrs. Kintigh was a passenger in Mrs. Miller's car.
The accident occurred when Mr. Koeller, driving west, stopped his car suddenly on the Michigan Ave. hill and Mrs. Miller, blinded by the glare of the sun, drove her machine into the rear of the Koeller car. Mr. Koeller had stopped his machine, police were informed, to pick up pieces of lumber, which had fallen from the running board.